by Abraham Orden
was "just an eye," said Paul Cézanne
, "but good God, what an eye!" Was he the last of the mono-organed species of painter to roam the earth? The question occurred to me uptown at Wildenstein and Co.
, where a Monet retrospective that would be at home in a museum of any caliber, replete with masterpieces and also a beautiful display of the artist’s over-the-top, pining love letters, is packed into four small galleries.